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Entries for SC Awards Europe 2012 break all records; entry deadline extended

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The deadline for entries to the SC Awards Europe 2012 has been extended until Friday, 9th December.

Following a record number of entries, the deadline for entries for 27 categories has been further extended until Friday 9th December, with a charge of £50 per entry.

This year will include new categories in the technology and industry awards sections, including best mobile device management and best forensics tool, while a new award for best global security company will sit alongside information security vendor of the year and CEO of the year.

The awards will be presented on the 24th April next year at the London Hilton, Park Lane.

Paul Fisher, editor of SC Magazine, said: “The record number of entries to the 2012 awards is testament to the quality and influence of our now global event. We have further extended the entry deadline to allow for late submissions and look forward to welcoming the global security industry to London in 2012.”

At the 2011 awards, Sophos were named as information security vendor of the year, Qualys' Philippe Courtot was named as CEO of the year and Actiance's Unified Security Gateway was named as information security product of the year. Other winners on the night included Websense, ArcSight, Becrypt and Good Technology

For further information on the awards, contact Jo Pead on jo.pead@haymarket.com. For commercial opportunities, contact Nicola Fulker at Nicola.fulker@haymarket.com or Devin Parmar on devin.parmar@haymarket.com.

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